20-year-old Ontario native, Evan McEachran has all the ingredients to win an X Games slopestyle gold medal. He's got a triple cork, he's got the style and he's just counting down the days until he can put it all down. Last year McEachran brought along filmer Matt Tipold to document his X Games experience, providing a raw look into the fine line between winning and coming up short in the biggest contest in freeskiing. Keep an eye out for McEachran in X Games competition kicking off this coming week in Aspen, CO.
Dylan Siggers and deep powder go together like fish and water. Whether he's dropping cliffs or hitting booters, the man never seems to land in less than two feet of fresh snow. Honestly, he's like a one-man advertising campaign for skiing in the Canadian Rockies. RELATED: Find a Showing Near You This edit from Mindspark Cinema showcases Siggers in his element, hitting big jumps in the backcountry. Considering that Siggers has already been skiing this year, we're expecting more to come in
Alex Hall is, in our opinion, one of the smoothest and most stylish park skiers around. Whether on jumps or rails, he makes big spins, corks, and pretzels look effortless. It's hard to say exactly how he makes his tricks look so clean, but we think it probably has to do with how close together his feet are when he lands. It might also have to do with how tall he is. RELATED: Find a Showing Near You This video reminds us of the edits put together by Ryan
Kai Jones has accomplished a lot for a 12-year-old kid. He has a multitude of impressive Teton descents under his belt for someone his age, including lines off Mt. Moran and the Middle Teton. This season Kai continued his assault on the Tetons, bringing bigger tricks, heavier lines and sending big cliffs in and around Jackson Hole. He continued on his trajectory as a young pro skier, going bigger and deeper than ever before, right in his own backyard. RELATED: Download Winterland Here To